He has our Terrible's $5k chips!
Ahhhh, well... if you're talking about re-labeling the slightly used grey hundos, I guess that's OK, if not optimal. However, be aware that relabeling the mint uncirc'd yellow/blue $500 chips would reserve for you a *very* special place in poker chip hell!
LOL @ chip hell. It was the grey hundros.
The inlay is the wrong size, I thought about it
Got it! Thx.
grey UB = ??? Ultimate Bet?
Having a different mold would bug me lol
Laugh all you want, but you're already half way there... the evil is in your heart! Don't worry though. I can take care of the forum while you're gone for eternity.LOL @ chip hell.
Really? Even with that bright salmon pink edge spot? Wow... I'd think it a small price to pay to save my soul. Another alternative would be to bleach the color out of the orange Par-A-Dice $1k, or even dye it.That dark grey UB chip color is too close to the Terrible's $100 IMO. Must be grey so none of the Par-A-Dice chips would work.
Sorry to bring such an old thread back to life, but on those grey $100's, there appears to be different labels, one with purple-ish outlines and one with black outlines. Are they different labels or just different sides?
I'll make it a point to do that after I get the poker table cleaned off again, as it's currently serving as a chip drying and chip sorting table! Also, I now have some of the white $2 chips that need to be added to the mint set (LCV with 1" smooth inlays).yes please
Yeah, I know what you mean. I'm not sure I've seen a casino that made so many different chips! Just go with what you like, though! If you want to be picky and have chip features (other than color) that match, then note that there are at least three things by which you might want to sort/choose:Agreed. There are so many varieties I was wondering which chips get grouped together...I hope I have the right reds for my greens. Otherwise that means <sigh> more greens to match and more reds...and now seeing those 2K plaques...ugg.
2) Some Casas have 1" inlays, and some have 7/8" inlays. In the photo of my original post, all the chips except the hundos have 1" inlays.
3) All the 1" Casa inlays I've seen are smooth. Within the 7/8" inlays, many are textured (like all the chips in my used SCV set), but some are smooth (like those nice brown mint LCV hundos pictured in MeridianFC's recent post about Casablanca plaques).
Luckily I can get past the SCV/LCV issue but the inlay size and texture will be noticeable for me. Exactly what I was a afraid of, I have the red 1" and the green 7/8". Oh well, I like both of them so maybe I can trick myself into thinking it's the best of both worlds. Now I just have to decide which option to choose for the hundo's.
Would the casino have mixed inlay sizes? Seems odd.